Industrial Pharmaceutical Production
SPX FLOW develops dedicated mixing, heat transfer, pneumatic, and dehydration systems for the pharmaceutical processing industry. Leveraging over a century of experience, a global network of research and development centers, and a dedicated staff of knowledgably application engineers, to develop highly specialized pharmaceutical processes.Read More
Pharmaceutical based Design
Manufacturing in the pharmaceutical processing industry is predicated on the effective production of sterile medicinal products. Sanitation is vital to pharmaceutical production and processing, restricting the type of mixers used to air driven and electric mixers primarily. Mixers capable of fully mixing pharmaceuticals is highly depended on by the pharmaceutical processing industry. To create a standard of quality each product must be well blended, requiring a mixer based on the environmental variants of the pharmaceutical production line, to best evenly blend the individual product components. SPX FLOW offers specialized mixer design, to custom design a mixer to the customer’s needs. SPX FLOW’s global mixing lab in Rochester, New York, is a scientific testing environment where SPX FLOW brands Lightnin and Plenty utilize state-of-the-art predictive technologies to explore mixing solutions.
Pharmaceutical Applications: Mixing
- vaccine production
- mammalian cell cultures
- blood factors
- buffer solutions
SPX FLOW develops and manufactures custom heat transfer systems for the pharmaceutical processing industry. SPX FLOW designs custom fit heat exchangers by first understanding the specifics of the product and customer needs. Developing heat exchanger systems with dedicated sanitary standards requires a depth of technical and industry experience. SPX FLOW process engineers leverage decades of industry experience and a network of global test labs to build calibrated heat exchanger applications. Our innovations centers located in Shanghai, China; Silkebog, Denmark; and Mamirolle, France, feature a testing lab to for exploitative problem solving and application development.
Pharmaceutical Applications: Heat Exchangers
- Antibiotic broths
- Culture media sterilizers
- Sterile water
- Mouth washes
- Mineral and baby oils
A sophisticated drug delivery technology developed to address the changing demands of the pharmaceutical processing industry. These technologies rely on the application of rich particles. Particles, which were once simply carriers for the drug, are now integral parts of complex delivery systems and need to exhibit advanced functional properties. Spray drying creates particles with the advanced characteristics required by new pharmaceutical technologies. Spray drying provides a cost-effective method to develop the particle’s functional characteristics, using processes like microencapsulation to implement controlled delivery strategies, such as taste-making or controlled release technologies. Providing a faster process and using less energy, spray drying is an integral part of modern pharmaceutical processing and freeze-drying systems.
International Powder & Bulk Solids
For more than four decades, members of the powder and bulk solids processing community have been gathering in Rosemont, IL — just outside of Chicago — to share ideas, innovations, and products. The biennial International Powder & Bulk Solids Conference & Exhibition — commonly known as The Powder Show — welcomes 3,000+ industry professionals and 425+ suppliers at North America's largest powder and bulk solids technology event. Visit SPX FLOW Anhydro at Booth 2230.
ISPE International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering
The 2020 ISPE Annual Meeting & Expo will focus on aligning the future of pharmaceutical science and manufacturing as the industry becomes more global, synchronized, digitalized, and quality-driven. This signature event draws pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical professionals at all levels of the industry in drug manufacturing, supply chain, devices and equipment and services, and global regulatory agencies. Visit SPX FLOW at Booth 425.